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21101 Hayabusa

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Hayabusa
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Item №:

21101

Pieces:

369

Minifigures:

Junichiro Kawaguchi

Price: US $49.00
DE €49,99
UK £44.99
AU $69.99

Additional prices:
CA $56.99
JP ¥6,615
Ages:

12+

Released:

March 1, 2012 (Japan)[1]
July 11, 2012 (Shop@home)

Theme:

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21101 Hayabusa is a CUUSOO set based on a Japanese spacecraft released in Japan on March 1, 2012. A limited number of Hayabusa sets will be sold to all 23 countries that Shop@home services sometime this spring, making it the first CUUSOO set to be available internationally.[1] It was the second design to reach 1000 supporters (originally 393 supporters) on the LEGO CUUSOO website, and the next to be made into a set, after 21100 Shinkai 6500. It was originally designed by the user daisuke, before being adapted by LEGO designers.

Description from LEGO.com[edit]

Red2x2.png This is a description taken from LEGO.com. Please do not modify it. (visit this item's product page) Build and display the first unmanned asteroid explorer!

Create a detailed display version of the technology that changed scientific history! In a 2003 mission, this Japanese spacecraft went deep into space to successfully collect asteroid samples and return them safely to Earth – without a single person on board! Selected by more than 1,000 LEGO® CUUSOO members from Japan as the most-demanded model, this build features cool solar panels, moving equipment, a satellite dish and gold elements. Includes a display stand with name labels, minifigure and detailed history booklet.

  • Features minifigure, baseplate with display stand and name label
  • Details include rare solar panel design, satellite dish and gold elements
  • Recreate the first unmanned asteroid explorer!
  • Build the model that more than 1,000 LEGO® CUUSOO members requested!


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Build and display the first unmanned asBuild and display the first unmanned asteroid explorer!</br></br>Create a detailed display version of the technology that changed scientific history! In a 2003 mission, this Japanese spacecraft went deep into space to successfully collect asteroid samples and return them safely to Earth – without a single person on board! Selected by more than 1,000 LEGO® CUUSOO members from Japan as the most-demanded model, this build features cool solar panels, moving equipment, a satellite dish and gold elements. Includes a display stand with name labels, minifigure and detailed history booklet.</br></br>* Features minifigure, baseplate with display stand and name label</br>* Details include rare solar panel design, satellite dish and gold elements</br>* Recreate the first unmanned asteroid explorer!</br>* Build the model that more than 1,000 LEGO® CUUSOO members requested!than 1,000 LEGO® CUUSOO members requested! +
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